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README

1This directory contains the sources of the GNU C Library.
2See the file "version.h" for what release version you have.
3
4The GNU C Library is the standard system C library for all GNU systems,
5and is an important part of what makes up a GNU system.  It provides the
6system API for all programs written in C and C-compatible languages such
7as C++ and Objective C; the runtime facilities of other programming
8languages use the C library to access the underlying operating system.
9
10In GNU/Linux systems, the C library works with the Linux kernel to
11implement the operating system behavior seen by user applications.
12In GNU/Hurd systems, it works with a microkernel and Hurd servers.
13
14The GNU C Library implements much of the POSIX.1 functionality in the
15GNU/Hurd system, using configurations i[4567]86-*-gnu.  The current
16GNU/Hurd support requires out-of-tree patches that will eventually be
17incorporated into an official GNU C Library release.
18
19When working with Linux kernels, this version of the GNU C Library
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32	x86_64-*-linux-gnu	Can build either x86_64 or x32
33	ia64-*-linux-gnu
34	m68k-*-linux-gnu
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40	s390-*-linux-gnu
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42	riscv64-*-linux-gnu
43	sh[34]-*-linux-gnu
44	sparc*-*-linux-gnu
45	sparc64*-*-linux-gnu
46	tilegx-*-linux-gnu
47
48If you are interested in doing a port, please contact the glibc
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51
52See the file INSTALL to find out how to configure, build, and install
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